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Ethics Matters Q2 2020 Colleges and universities around the globe have transited their students off campus to online learning platforms in efforts to fight the spread of COVID-19. StudentCPT chapters are staying engaged while utilizing technology, despite being unable to meetin person. Oklahoma State UniversityOklahoma State University StudentCPT members recently tuned into a virtual meeting. […]

LEAD WITH INTEGRITY: The Thrill of Victory

Ethics Matters Q2 2020 My early childhood was in the pre-cable television days. During that time, I always enjoyed watching the Wild World of Sports. One of my favorite parts was the start of the show. Each episode began with a phrase describing the “thrill of victory” and the “agony of defeat.” I always loved […]

Why Giving Matters

Ethics Matters Q2 2020 Life has been challenging for our students adjusting to new ways of learning and staying connected. Our professionals have been impacted as well from businesses restructuring, facing workforce reductions, and even worse, having to shut down. The question is how do we move forward from here? The NASBA Center for the […]

Good News: Companies Vow to Continue Paying Employees During COVID-19 Outbreak

Ethics Matters Q2 2020 On March 18, President Donald Trump signed the “Families First Coronavirus Response Act” into law. According to, this allocated roughly $8 billion for coronavirus prevention, preparation and response efforts, including guidelines for paid sick leave, free testing and expanded unemployment benefits. Millions of Americans face financial uncertainty as COVID-19 health […]

The Lasting Impact of the Coronavirus

Ethics Matters Q2 2020 The last several months have been challenging for everyone. From education to employment, the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has impacted so many aspects of our daily lives that go far beyond just how we interact with each other. In times like these, ethics can be a concern. It has been so encouraging […]


Ethics Matters Q1 2020 Colorado Mesa StudentCPT Gives Back Colorado Mesa University StudentCPT encouraged chapter members and other organizations to support the Angel Tree. Gifts ranging between $10-$20 were collected and given to families in need. They celebrated with a wrapping party topped off with hot cocoa! Florida State Feeds the Hungry Florida State StudentCPT […]

LEAD WITH INTEGRITY: Do You Ever Wonder Why?

Ethics Matters Q1 2020 Ever wondered why you are not quite hitting the mark in some key area of your business or life? You have laid out the perfect plan. You have the right team in place. The resources you need to execute are available, and all should be moving forward. However, the breakthroughs are […]

The NASBA CPT Co-Hosts 14th Annual Audit Conference

Ethics Matters Q1 2020 On December 3, 2019, 175 professionals, business leaders, public accountants, educators and policy setters gathered for the 14th annual Ensuring Integrity: Audit Conference at Baruch College in New York, NY. Attendees included partners from the Big 4 accounting firms. Hosted by the Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity and the NASBA Center […]

GOOD NEWS: Multiple Companies Donate Toward Australian Bushfire Relief

Ethics Matters Q1 2020 In late 2019, Australia began experiencing one of its worst bushfire seasons to date. Millions of animals have been affected, thousands of people have been displaced, dozens of citizens have died, and millions of acres have been burned. Through this tragedy, people from around the world have sprung into action to […]

Why I Give

Ethics Matters Q1 2020 Milton Brown, PA, CPT Life Director Milton Brown serves as a Life Director for the NASBA Center for the Public Trust’s Board of Directors and is a proud supporter of the CPT. Mr. Brown was influential in the founding of the CPT and continues to serve a special role within the […]